How do I point a CNAME (subdomain) to Blogger?

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TimLowell / 5 Points
2012-02-27 10:40 pm EST
Dns Nameserver Changes
I am using Blogger to run a blog. I was previously using GoDaddy as my domain hosting site, and now I am using WebHostingHub. My blog URL is "". My main domain is "". On GoDaddy, I created a CNAME entry for "stuff", and pointed it to "", and that worked fine. After I switched to WebHostingHub, I added a CNAME entry for stuff and pointed it to, and I waited 48 hours, but it didn't work. Should this work? It seems like it should. This is what Blogger says to do. Any ideas?

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13,688 Points
2012-02-28 9:26 am EST
Hello TimLowell,

I'm sorry you were having trouble pointing your subdomain to your blog. While looking into this for you, I see that our Support Team was able to assist you with your DNS changes. As long as the domain is pointed to our Nameservers most CNAMEs can be added through the Simple DNS Zone Editor in cPanel. Please allow 4-24 hours for DNS to propagate.

If you have any additional questions or need further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Christi N.

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